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Heavy Rock:
Coven - Witchcraft Destroys Minds And Reaps Souls

Heavy/Power/Speed/Thrash/etc:
Chastain - 7th of Never (and Voice of the Cult)
Hellion - Screams in the Night

Doom Metal:
Mystic Charm - Shadows of the Unknown

Death Metal:
Derketa - In Death We Meet
Mythic - Mourning in the Winter Solstice
Nuclear Death - Bride of Insect

Black Metal:
Demonic Christ - Punishment For Ignorance

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I'm not fan of female vocals... but I can recognize good music and I love some of them, especially those with old style metal...
my personal favourites: Chastain, Vixen and Black Knight
and of course: Original Sin (not only vocals but only women playing here)

also, some years ago I found an old exotic band from mexico (think from the 1988)... I don't know any other song from them but this song just
got me (and its still on my bookmarks (:D) ):



if you like maiden-priest style metal from the 80's and a vocalist women like those from the above mentione bands, then you will surely enjoy it

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pilufo wrote:I'm not fan of female vocals... but I can recognize good music and I love some of them, especially those with old style metal...
my personal favourites: Chastain, Vixen and Black Knight
and of course: Original Sin (not only vocals but only women playing here)

also, some years ago I found an old exotic band from mexico (think from the 1988)... I don't know any other song from them but this song just
got me (and its still on my bookmarks (:D) ):



if you like maiden-priest style metal from the 80's and a vocalist women like those from the above mentione bands, then you will surely enjoy it



Brenda Marin on vocals,La reina del metal mexicano (the Queen of Mexican metal):



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Behind the Realms of Madness is gold. Lynda "Tam" Simpson of Sacrilege rules.




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NINA OSEGUEDA from A SOUND OF THUNDER.
Still very surprised she's in no list whatsoever.
Best kept secret in the Metal Realm I guess and they have several albums
https://youtu.be/7XGnASM_RcM/

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Although I really like some female vocals, I haven't discovered a lot I like. I need to go through this thread sometime!

Plasmatics - Coup d'état
Girlschool - Hit and Run
Crisis - Deathshead Extermination
Rock Goddess - Rock Goddess
Blood Ceremony - Blood Ceremony
Anything by Battle Beast or Monarch.

Act of God - The Place of Worship has an opera singer on vocals, which makes it interesting.

I also really dig Malachi (dual male/female vocals).

A couple from New Zealand to check out:

Skuldom - Kill This Fucking World
Septithe - High Tide
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These were my favourite discoveries from this thread now that I've been through it:

Satanic Rites - No Use Crying
Acid (all albums - I'd heard them a little before. They remind me of punk band Vice Squad in places, who are also worth checking out)
Blacklace - Unlaced
Malteze - Count Your Blessings
Monroxe - Monroxe
Layout - Wasted Love / Fight Back


...and then there's Thrash Queen - Ashes to Ashes which must be heard to be believed. A label tried to cash in on thrash metal back in the day, borrowing the name of a band that split up a few years earlier. But the vocalist they used is something else entirely. I love it in a weird way:

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this album.
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Jezebelle - Bad Attitude

Arrakeen - Folle Marie



Rosenthal - Des jours Comme Ca



Permafrost - Predateur Féroce.



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And at first listen, it's my pleasure.
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A lot of very good suggestion here.
Very surprised that nobody mentioned Santa from Spain, especially their first album "Reencarnación" from 1984.

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dirmae wrote:Very surprised that nobody mentioned Santa from Spain, especially their first album "Reencarnación" from 1984.

Metalhunter mentioned them on page 1. I checked them out when I was going through the thread.
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I still think that Santa (ES)

https://www.musik-sammler.de/cover/470500/470109_300.jpg



and Battlefield (D)

https://www.musik-sammler.de/cover/7000/6742_1502294542_300.jpg



deserve more attention.

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Madder Mortem (NO) - All Flesh is Grass
Madder Mortem (NO) - Deadlands
Warlock (Ger) - Triumph and Agony
Unleash the Archers (Can) - Apex
Zed Yago (Ger) - The Spell from Over Yonder
Crystal Viper (Pl) - Queen of the Witches
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Y DIAWLED - Noson Y Blaidd



I'd be more than happy to have Rhiannon Tomos teach me the Welsh tongue.
(hehe)

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I haven't gone through the thread but I have no clue if anyone mentioned War Machine from the UK. I absolutely ADORE Bernadette Mooney's vocals in that record. They're really beautiful, mournful, emotionally charged vocals, which I think is very ahead of it's time for 1986 when Unknown Soldier was released. I love that band to death and would love to hear or find more of them, I think they're superbly underrated.


Here's one of my favorites off that record.

I've seen her mentioned but The Plasmatics' Maggots: The Record fucking blew me the fuck away when I first heard it. While Coup D' Etat had more guttural vocals, Maggots was just so much more visceral musically, and that record, besides the spoken word parts had NO FILLER, all of the songs were absolute killers. Coup D' Etat had a few that I just couldn't get into but all of the songs in Maggots kicked copious amounts of ass.

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Black_Machine wrote:I haven't gone through the thread but I have no clue if anyone mentioned War Machine from the UK. I absolutely ADORE Bernadette Mooney's vocals in that record. They're really beautiful, mournful, emotionally charged vocals, which I think is very ahead of it's time for 1986 when Unknown Soldier was released. I love that band to death and would love to hear or find more of them, I think they're superbly underrated.


Here's one of my favorites off that record.

I've seen her mentioned but The Plasmatics' Maggots: The Record fucking blew me the fuck away when I first heard it. While Coup D' Etat had more guttural vocals, Maggots was just so much more visceral musically, and that record, besides the spoken word parts had NO FILLER, all of the songs were absolute killers. Coup D' Etat had a few that I just couldn't get into but all of the songs in Maggots kicked copious amounts of ass.

Another great NWOBHM band

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Acid - Maniac (1983)
Chevalier - Destiny Calls (2019)
Volkana - First (1991)
Sign of the Jackal - Mark of the Beast (2013)
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